Nearly every day, alert “06880” reader Morgan Mermagen runs by Longshore.
For a month she’s seen wires hanging so low, she can actually touch them.
It’s the same on Hales Road:
They’re strung through loops, and are not affixed at each pole. The slack allows them to hang low in one place, high in another.
At first Morgan thought the wires were part of a storm clean-up, and on someone’s to-do list. Now she wonders what’s going on, and why no one has done anything.
She does not know who they belong to: Eversource? Optimum? Someone else?
She hopes someone will pay attention.
Hopefully now, someone will.
Yesterday, “06880” posted Jennifer Johnson’s gorgeous photo of Bedford Square.
Sitting outside SoNo bakery, an alert “06880” reader noticed how lovely Seabury Center — across from the new construction — looked in the afternoon light.
She snapped this photo:
Gazing down Church Lane toward Christ & Holy Trinity Church, she shot another:
But as she peered closer, she saw what she believes is a new utility pole.
Suddenly, she wondered: Will this lovely scene soon become a jumble of overhead power and cable lines?
She looked back toward Elm Street, and saw this cluttered mess:
Last summer, she thought that all the work on Church Lane meant that utility wires would be buried underground.
Now she’s unsure.
And very, very worried.